Why the world needs to rethink how we grow organic food
Green beans and vegetables are becoming more popular than ever in Europe.
But there is a problem with this growing trend.
As the number of organic farms has soared, so too have the costs.
And the result is a growing market for those who have no choice but to grow the food on their own.
By Mark BittmanProduced by BBC Future, with assistance from Hannah Kowalski and Michael GormanThe BBC’s environmental reporting is funded by the British Council.
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